TM 10-1670-272-23&P 0003 00
a. Undo the three overhand knots in each control line free-end.
b. Pull both control line free-ends until control line tension equals that of the suspension lines.
c. Follow the procedures given in WP 0027 00.
6. Annotation will be made in the note section of the parachute log record that the control line toggle
adjustment procedure has been performed.
Parachute Log Record. The Army Parachute Log Record, DA From 3912 and AFTO 391, is a historical
maintenance document, which accompanies the parachute canopy and pack assemblies through out the
period of service of the individual assembly. The log record provides a means of recording maintenance
actions performed on a parachute canopy assembly. Normally, a log record is initiated and attached to a
pack upon receipt by a using unit. However, if the item is subjected to alteration or modification by a
maintenance activity during the interim period from date of manufacture to receipt by a using unit, the log
record will be prepared by the activity performing the maintenance function. Once initiated, a log record
will be attached to and contained in an affixed parachute log record/inspection date pocket until such time
as the parachute canopy assembly is destroyed or rendered unfit for further use or repair. Additionally,
should an item that requires a log record be transferred from one unit to another, the log record for the
parachute assembly will accompany the item in the transfer action. A prepared log record will not be
removed or separated from a parachute, and especially a packed parachute, except as directed by the
local air delivery equipment maintenance activity officer. A log record which is illegible, lost, damaged,
soiled, or precludes further entries due to lack of space will be replaced upon the next repack or
inspection, as applicable, with a serviceable item from stock.
US Navy utilizes NAVWPNCEN or NAWCWPCNS CL 13512/11,
Premeditated Parachute Record.
Installing Attaching Tie.
Install attaching tie as follows:
1. Cut a 30-inch length of tape, lacing, and tying (supertack) and double the lacing length.
2. Pass the looped end of the double lacing length around the centerfold of the log record and form a slip
loop on the outside at the log record top.
Forming Slip Loop On Log Record Outside